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A sell-out field witnesses hot temperatures and one of UK triathlon's truly great courses
With individual and mixed relay racing on consecutive days, the Hamburg weekend of the World Triathlon Series is its best supported and often most action-packed event of the season. With the 2019 stopover continuing that trend, here are five takeaways from the racing...
Dreams came true at DATEV Challenge Roth with Franconian local Andi Dreitz taking victory to the delight of the home crowd
Britain’s Non Stanford looked close to her best as she held off France’s Cassandre Beaugrand for a first WTS victory in more than three years.
With two Kona podiums each, Lucy Charles-Barclay and David McNamee are two of the most consistent long-distance triathletes in the world today, but what can they do at Roth and will they smash any records? Well the waiting is nearly over and we will find out tomorrow...
This weekend one of the most famous triathlons in the world takes place, Challenge Roth. And to celebrate, here are 7 quirky facts about Roth that you perhaps didn’t know...
With USA’s Katie Zafares returning to the top of the podium, Jelle Geens a surprise winner and a revised schedule to beat an electrical storm, what other insights did we gain from a hectic fifth round of the 2019 World Triathlon Series in Canada.
Belgian Jelle Geens produced a career-best performance to take victory in Montreal ahead of world champion Mario Mola
USA’s Katie Zafares furthered her quest for the World Triathlon Series title, as Britain’s top-ranked women continued their impressive consistency
Claire Cashmore, Dave Ellis and Hannah Moore all top the podium in Canada as qualifying gets underway for Tokyo 2020
Mark Allen gives his world-beating advice on swim cadence
Here's how Ali Brownlee fuelled his first Ironman victory
Are the new Aeria aerobars from Profile Design the ultimate in aerobar adjustability?
Do you need to treat carbon fibre bikes with kid gloves because of their fragility, or are they as, or more, robust than other types? We explain all
Not heard of a swim parachute? They can be a useful swim tool to help you develop your front crawl stroke. Matt Baird explains their benefits
Is a rear-zipped tri-suit what you need for triathlon? Let’s find out
Confused about neoprene cell counts and what's most suitable for you? We explain all
Got money to burn on a top-end wetsuit and starting to think about potential marginal swim gains that can be bought? Helen Webster tests 6 tri wetsuits priced £500 plus
It’s important to warm your body up safely after open-water swims and your choice of kit is key. Here are five must-buys:
Sleeved tri-suits are surging in popularity and offer better sun protection, looks and aerodynamics than vests. So which sleeved suit takes the 2019 title? We test 10
Welcome to Pinarello's Tour de France-winning TT bike, made even faster for tri. Robin Coomber puts Cameron Wurf Ironman record-breaking ride, the Pinarello Bolide TR+, through it's paces to see how good it really is
Got your first Ironman coming up and, and worried you're going to mess it up from the off? Tim Don explains how to pace it so you avoid a DNF disaster
Wondering how to get faster in open water? Pros Jack Rex Burnell and Jess Learmonth have this advice…
If running is your weakest link, this run strength training plan will help improve your running fitness and speed in just eight weeks
Struggle to sight race-day? We show you the basic steps necessary if you start to go off-piste
Yes, you can swim breast stroke in an Ironman, says John Wood, and here are a few tips for a more efficient stroke
Like to run first thing in the morning but heard that it makes you more prone to injuries? Scott Findlay explains whether it's true
Wondering why your muscles ache when you're coming down with something, and whether it's okay to train like this? Nick Beer has this advice